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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?
Posted by: Pete West
Date/Time: 26/11/2003 09:33:36


In my previous post I wrote,

"...Your post triggered an association within me between this evocative concept, 'leaderless leadership' and the pandemonium model of mind."

I would like to briefly attempt to more fully describe how specifically I am associating your concept, "leaderless leadership" with my intuitions concerning the pandemonium model of mind. 

If each of us is viewed as being a member of a global society of body-minds, and the leadership of that global society is a leaderless one, than one mechanism which might BEGIN to explain how specifically such a society might function is the mechanism proposed by Selfridge in his pandemonium theory of perception...that each demon (primitive construct) responds AT ONCE when properly stimulated.


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
reframing and politics?09/11/2003 20:19:56Macy Kirkpatrick
     Re:reframing and politics?10/11/2003 19:23:08John Schertzer
     Re:reframing and politics?11/11/2003 01:39:56Dimitry Volfson
     Re:reframing and politics?11/11/2003 04:57:01Walter
          Re:Re:reframing and politics?11/11/2003 14:32:27John Schertzer
               Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?18/11/2003 23:44:22Mark MacLean
     Re:reframing and politics?24/11/2003 18:32:46Zoe Langley
          Re:Re:reframing and politics?24/11/2003 19:11:53John Schertzer
               Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?25/11/2003 07:30:31Zoe
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?27/11/2003 00:52:52nj
               Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?25/11/2003 13:48:46Pete West
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?26/11/2003 03:21:39Todd
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?26/11/2003 04:57:39Pete West
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?26/11/2003 09:33:36Pete West
          Re:Re:reframing and politics?25/11/2003 02:37:51Web Master
               Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?25/11/2003 07:13:41Zoe
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?25/11/2003 21:00:48nj
     Re:reframing and politics?25/11/2003 15:04:16John Schertzer
          Re:Re:reframing and politics?26/11/2003 02:15:31Zoe

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